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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Lilymoon: 2:41am On Apr 06
Hello,

I am a licensed Environmental Health Officer in Nigeria, I have my first degree in Public Health from Nigeria.
I am looking to start the Australia immigration process.
I am currently on study Visa in America.
Please, I need guide on how to get it right, either as Environmental Health Officer or Public Health Officer.

Thank you as you respond!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:35pm On Apr 07
Ceceliatoronto:
Hi, I have a BSc in geology (2014) and an MSc in petroleum geology (2018). Worked as a technical staff in a university from 2017-2019 and now a lecturer from 2019 to date. What are my chances of applying for an Australian visa and which visa type will be favourable for me. I also have IELTS LRSW= 9, 8.5, 7.5, 7. 28 years and single. Thanks

You have a good profile.
Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
You may need to register on the website to view the details below
On the top middle page click "Lists" (on a laptop/computer) or click the Hamburger sign (3 horizontal lines) to select "Lists" if you are using a mobile device
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:37pm On Apr 07
mayo47:
You can provide your details for further review.
Age: 31 years old
English test result: L7,R7,S7,W6.5
Educational qualifications with dates awarded:
MSc Accounting & Finance June 2015
PG Dip Finance & Management 2012
BSc Economics June 2009
Awarding University(ies)
University of Salford
University of Essex
Babcock University
Course of study
Job title(s) -Business Analyst, Consultant, Strategy Manager
Years of experience - 8
Single

This looks like 3 different roles and you can only choose one occupation. How long did you spend in each role cos you won’t get 8 years approved if they are different roles. Check the occupations on the Anzsco list

Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
You may need to register on the website to view the details below
On the top middle page click "Lists" (on a laptop/computer) or click the Hamburger sign (3 horizontal lines) to select "Lists" if you are using a mobile device
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:43pm On Apr 07
Ayooze:
Bro, yes initially i felt so but it changed because there is a lot of truth to it. I have seen how tricky australia process is. The conditions are much, Infact what people say is these days usually people with 90 points only above get invited

My B.tech degree(applied geophysics is from FUTA and its 5 years. PGD (enterpreneurship development) is just one year and almost irrelevant because i dont know how they will evaluate a Diploma...but its the closest degree to my occupation (marketing specialist or analyst) i have 4 years post graduation work experience already and if its not enough i will wait 1 more year hopefully my occupation is still needed then

I am still very much talking the advice you gave me for canada. However i will still try aussie when i get much more concrete information.

Thank you for responding properly to me, I'm sure no one takes the help you provide her for granted


You have a good chance of getting a positive assessment because FuTA is a tier 1 university. I’d advise you provide the transcript for your first degree and pgd.
You don’t have to wait for one year to get more experience as the 4 years is enough
When your assessment result comes out and you are approved of say 4.9 years, as long as you are still in that same job, you can continue to claim the months/years after. Which means after 3 months, your years of experience will be automatically 5 years. So you don’t need to wait.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:47pm On Apr 07
Temmybuky:
Hello everyone, please I have some concerns that require the input of experts in the house. I have gotten a positive assessment with EA for Telecom Engineer. However, I have not assessed my years of experience because of the complexity of the process. I only got payslips and an employment letter but I can't get tax clearance or pension slip from the Nigeria company. Although, the company is willing to pay for all those years, but I am concern it will not reflect the years(2013-2018) as it will just be paid this year. Please what can I do?
@bellong
@tunlex01
EA needs at least the pension or tax for assessment.
Since the company has agreed to pay for the 5 years, let them pay and obtain receipt in your name. Get those receipts confirmed from the state IRS. Thereafter, the company should issue you a signed letter (separate from the reference letter) indicating that they just paid the overdue taxes for you because you need it to process this visa.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:49pm On Apr 07
Okonowele8:
oh sorry. But Tax clearance certificate can only be issued for the most recent 3 years that is 2018, 2019 and 2020.

Do you have salary bank account?

Maybe you discuss with the company. I don't think you need to assess your work experience though but you need the documents to show DHA as part of proof of work experience.

Assessing work experience is compulsory for everyone. DHA does not handle the work experience part any longer. The application will be put on hold while the applicants gets a positive assessment from EA.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 11:50pm On Apr 07
JourneytoEL:
please, how can i start the process? I have gone through the front page but i can't see any website to apply through, like the official website for immigration applications.
The details are on the front page. Which occupation are you assessing and what’s your Anzsco code?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Okonowele8(m): 6:36am On Apr 08
tunlex01:

Assessing work experience is compulsory for everyone. DHA does not handle the work experience part any longer. The application will be put on hold while the applicants gets a positive assessment from EA.
Thank you.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by mayo47(m): 6:44am On Apr 08
tunlex01:


This looks like 3 different roles and you can only choose one occupation. How long did you spend in each role cos you won’t get 8 years approved if they are different roles. Check the occupations on the Anzsco list

Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
You may need to register on the website to view the details below
On the top middle page click "Lists" (on a laptop/computer) or click the Hamburger sign (3 horizontal lines) to select "Lists" if you are using a mobile device
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there

Thanks for the reply. What about if the Job description of the job titles are strongly interwoven??
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by 2021new: 6:50am On Apr 08
Good morning all. Plz has anyone assessed HND and pgd in engineering before. What is the likely outcome. Your response (s) will be highly appreciated
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JourneytoEL(f): 8:00am On Apr 08
tunlex01:

The details are on the front page. Which occupation are you assessing and what’s your Anzsco code?
thanks for the reply. Civil engineering. What i mean is should i send the EOI to their physical embassy in abuja or is there a website i can use?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:08pm On Apr 08
mayo47:


Thanks for the reply. What about if the Job description of the job titles are strongly interwoven??
This is at the sole discretion of the assessing body to confirm as long as the job descriptions relate to the occupation being nominated.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:10pm On Apr 08
2021new:
Good morning all. Plz has anyone assessed HND and pgd in engineering before. What is the likely outcome. Your response (s) will be highly appreciated
In most cases, it’s always engineering technologist not a professional engineer. Which occupation/Anzsco code are you nominating?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 12:14pm On Apr 08
JourneytoEL:
thanks for the reply. Civil engineering. What i mean is should i send the EOI to their physical embassy in abuja or is there a website i can use?
EoI is expressed on the SkillSelect website.
(Google: lodge EoI on SkillSelect)
Have you done your English assessment and gotten a positive assessment as a civil engineer as those are the requirements to lodge an Expression of interest?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by 2021new: 12:22pm On Apr 08
tunlex01:

In most cases, it’s always engineering technologist not a professional engineer. Which occupation/Anzsco code are you nominating?
Thanks for the response. I actually work in a generator company as service technician. I basically repair generators so I am not even sure of the occupation to nominate
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 1:13pm On Apr 08
2021new:

Thanks for the response. I actually work in a generator company as service technician. I basically repair generators so I am not even sure of the occupation to nominate

Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
You may need to register on the website to view the details below
On the top middle page click "Lists" (on a laptop/computer) or click the Hamburger sign (3 horizontal lines) to select "Lists" if you are using a mobile device
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JourneytoEL(f): 2:11pm On Apr 08
tunlex01:

EoI is expressed on the SkillSelect website.
(Google: lodge EoI on SkillSelect)
Have you done your English assessment and gotten a positive assessment as a civil engineer as those are the requirements to lodge an Expression of interest?
we're working on both of them. Thanks alot.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Temmybuky: 2:33am On Apr 09
tunlex01:

EA needs at least the pension or tax for assessment.
Since the company has agreed to pay for the 5 years, let them pay and obtain receipt in your name. Get those receipts confirmed from the state IRS. Thereafter, the company should issue you a signed letter (separate from the reference letter) indicating that they just paid the overdue taxes for you because you need it to process this visa.
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Thank you very much bro. I will do just that. One love!
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by 2021new: 11:34am On Apr 09
tunlex01:


Check the occupation list to see the occupation you can nominate.
Visit www.anzscosearch.com
You may need to register on the website to view the details below
On the top middle page click "Lists" (on a laptop/computer) or click the Hamburger sign (3 horizontal lines) to select "Lists" if you are using a mobile device
Go through the 3 lists MLTSSL, STSOL and ROL
Click any of the occupations that best relate to what you do.
When you click the occupation, scroll down to 'Anzsco code' and scroll to 'Tasks'
Check if the tasks relate to the occupation you have selected.
Revert here with occupation(s) you deem relate to what you do and we will take it up from there
Thanks so much for your response I really do appreciate it.
After rigorous search on the site, the closest code to what I do is 341111 Electrician (general).
While I await your response once again thanks so much
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 4:25pm On Apr 09
2021new:

Thanks so much for your response I really do appreciate it.
After rigorous search on the site, the closest code to what I do is 341111 Electrician (general).
While I await your response once again thanks so much
Okay. Click the assessing authority link which is TRA and it will direct you to the TRA website where you can check the requirements for assessment. What’s your qualification and did you check fitter occupation too?
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by 2021new: 5:29pm On Apr 09
tunlex01:

Okay. Click the assessing authority link which is TRA and it will direct you to the TRA website where you can check the requirements for assessment. What’s your qualification and did you check fitter occupation too?
I have pgd in electrical /electronics engineering.
I don't understand what you mean by fitter occupation.
TRA looks more like trade test when I look it up so am a bit confused
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by tunlex01(m): 2:36pm On Apr 10
2021new:

I have pgd in electrical /electronics engineering.
I don't understand what you mean by fitter occupation.
TRA looks more like trade test when I look it up so am a bit confused
Fitter -323211
Tra is for trade occupations like electrician
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Hardetayour: 1:04pm On Apr 12
Is there any engineer that recently filed with engineers Australia. I need to see a sample of the CDR. The foreign ones I'm seeing is looking complicated.

Thanks in advance
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by yungmin: 3:12pm On Apr 12
Hardetayour:
Is there any engineer that recently filed with engineers Australia. I need to see a sample of the CDR. The foreign ones I'm seeing is looking complicated.

Thanks in advance
Send me a PM . Though mine was for Civil Engineering
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Hardetayour: 3:33pm On Apr 12
yungmin:

Send me a PM . Though mine was for Civil Engineering
I'll still pm. Mine is for electrical
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Oge90: 5:09pm On Apr 12
Hello everyone

I studied Animal and Envionmental Biology (Zoology) from UNIPORT. I have one year paid work experience (teaching biology). I have other paid work experiences though but they aren't relevant to my nominated occupation. What are my chances of being positively assessed by Vetassess?

Thank you as I await your response.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Jayboi(m): 8:12am On Apr 13
yungmin:

Send me a PM . Though mine was for Civil Engineering
I'm interested as well bro.
skyworld20042000@gmail.com
I'm of electrical engineering background.
Thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by yungmin: 1:58pm On Apr 13
Jayboi:

I'm interested as well bro.
skyworld20042000@gmail.com
I'm of electrical engineering background.
Thanks

Hi, please, check. I sent it

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Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by Hardetayour: 3:25pm On Apr 13
yungmin:


Hi, please, check. I sent it
Bro, sent u a PM. Did u see it?

Or just sent it here

Thanks.
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by JourneytoEL(f): 7:35am On Apr 14
yungmin:

Send me a PM . Though mine was for Civil Engineering
please, can you forward a copy to my email donnaogbu@gmail.com. I've lost the email i used to open this account. thanks
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by yungmin: 9:30am On Apr 14
Hardetayour:
Bro, sent u a PM. Did u see it?

Or just sent it here. Sodiqonibon2@gmail.com

please, can you forward a copy to my email donnaogbu@gmail.com. I've lost the email i used to open this account. thanks
Thanks.

Sent
Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by 9JAFULLBREED(m): 2:21pm On Apr 14
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